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Entertainment SAS Australia star Shannan Ponton has tattoo fixed after a mistake

02:50  26 october  2020
02:50  26 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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SAS Australia recruit Shannan Ponton has an extensive range of body art.

But the former Biggest Loser trainer has admitted to getting one tattoo removed after realising years later it featured an embarrassing mistake.

The 46-year-old TV star shared before-and-after photos of his sleeve ink to Instagram on Sunday - but can you spot the error?

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a man wearing a helmet: Can you spot the error? SAS Australia star Shannan Ponton (pictured) has had one of his many tattoos fixed after realising it featured an embarrassing mistake © Provided by Daily Mail Can you spot the error? SAS Australia star Shannan Ponton (pictured) has had one of his many tattoos fixed after realising it featured an embarrassing mistake

Shannan's muscular arms and legs have intricate Maori patterns with tribal-style designs and elements.

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However, it was an error in the Southern Cross design on one of his arms that he was most keen to correct.

'That star... on the wrong side of the Southern Cross... look closely. Thankfully disappeared! Not too many ever noticed that!' Shannan wrote.

A fan also commented that his large stars had eight points, instead of the correct seven, to which Shannan responded: 'Well spotted!'

He added: 'Thanks for those of you watching @sasaust7 with a sharp eye, my tattoo has changed a bit since TBL. Thanks to [tattoo removal] nothing is forever.'

The tradesman-turned-personal trainer underwent laser removal in 2017, then covered up the area with a new tattoo design.

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'That heavy black bit was a cover up of a cover up! Super heavy ink. It was faded enough after five treatments to cover up... again! No scarring and minimal pain,' he explained.

In 2014, Shannan addressed his tattoos in a magazine interview, explaining that each 'held a special meaning' to him.

'My tattoos all have meanings, and stem back to when I was a builder and I worked with many Maori guys. I developed a real respect for the Maori culture and their philosophy on life,' he said.

Shannan Ponton, Michelle Bridges are posing for a picture: Remember this? Shannan rose to fame as a trainer on The Biggest Loser from 2007 to 2015, and joined the reboot in 2017. Pictured with former co-star Michelle Bridges © Provided by Daily Mail Remember this? Shannan rose to fame as a trainer on The Biggest Loser from 2007 to 2015, and joined the reboot in 2017. Pictured with former co-star Michelle Bridges a group of people posing for a photo: Cast: Shannan is one of 14 recruits left on SAS Australia, which sees celebrities attempt the SAS training  course overseen by an elite team of British ex-Special Forces soldiers © Provided by Daily Mail Cast: Shannan is one of 14 recruits left on SAS Australia, which sees celebrities attempt the SAS training  course overseen by an elite team of British ex-Special Forces soldiers

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